Two Reasons To Make Sure You Have Disability Insurance

If you work for a living, there is a good chance that you need the income you bring in to maintain your standard of living. Unfortunately, if you have to go out of work due to a non-work related accident or injury, you could be in jeopardy of losing your income. What will happen to you and your family then? Disability insurance can help to cushion this blow. Although it may not replace all of your income, it may just be what you need to keep a roof over your head and your utilities on. Read More 

Considering Filing For Divorce When You Are In The Military? Get Answers To The Questions You May Have

Making the decision to file for divorce can be a difficult one and is not one that people take lightly. If you feel that your marriage cannot be saved, you may be considering a divorce. However, if you are in the military, or your spouse is, divorce may be slightly different for you than for other people. Getting answers to the questions you have will help you to better understand the next steps you will face in making a decision and filing, if that is what you decide to do. Read More 

Getting Worker’s Compensation Benefits? What You Need to Know about Your Nurse Case Manager

One thing that many people are unaware of when it comes to receiving worker's compensation benefits is that they may be assigned a nurse case manager. If you are receiving worker's comp or expect to in the future, it's important that you understand as much as possible about the role of your nurse case manager, who he or she works for, and how to handle conflicts if they arise. Here's what you need to know. Read More 

When Your Teen’s Bad Behavior Becomes A Crime: What Every Parent Should Know

As a parent, you love your teen and want to protect them, but sometimes that can mean protecting them from themselves. In an age where technology can blur the lines between right and wrong, it can be difficult to make sure your teenager is staying out of trouble, but some teenage behavior can be more than just troublesome; it could land your teen in jail. Here's what every parent and their teens need to know about the criminal consequences of some bad teenage behaviors. Read More 

3 Tips For Successfully Co-Parenting During The Holidays

Co-parenting hasn't been easy, but you and your former spouse are finally starting to find your groove. With the holidays approaching, you might be feeling a little sad at the prospect of being separated from your kids and are wondering how you will make it through. Don't spend the holidays feeling bitter and depressed and instead, here are a few tips to help you survive your first time co-parenting your kids during the Christmas season: Read More